Blurred lines doesn’t begin to describe the Dig‘s year-end music coverage.
Because 2013 meant a lot of different things to a lot of different people, we’ve opted to reach out to as many of them as we know for input. Our end result is a smattering of non-sequential lists, columns, and suggestions. Local bands and DJs rubbing shoulders with staff, interns, and freelancers on topics ranging from bootlegs older than some of your parents to Toronto’s crack-smoking mayor, each linked below. We know you want it.